Christmas is here and is time for fun and ..inevitably the eats! All that rich food and mindless eating can add to the weight woes ..and can be a huge setback for those trying hard to lose weight. Here are some tips on staying on track and avoid putting on as many kilos as possible.
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1. It is essential to drink water which is boiled and cooled as most of the diseases are water borne. There is a high risk of contamination of water during monsoons due to open sewage, garbage and water logging. It is advisable to keep a water bottle handy wherever you go.
1. Do not prepare food too far in advance.
2. Do not buy more food than can be stored safely.
3. Keep hot food above 63 degree centigrade and cold food below 8 degree centigrade.
4. Don’t leave food around open for several hours.
5. Cook food thoroughly.
6. Use separate utensils , chopping boards and knives for raw and cooked foods.
7. Wear clean clothing.
8. Do wash hands before, during and after handling raw food, non vegetarian foods or unwashed food items.
9. Consume all food within two hours of preparation, else refrigerate or freeze.
10. Do not thaw frozen food for a long time. Frozen foods should be thawed quickly before being cooked.